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  • Overview of proposed projectA bit about our development project over the last 10/11 months: thank you for your contribution to the development funding
  • Overview of project – how does it support HLF’s aims & what will we actually doLasting difference for people & for heritage collectionsPartners range from very small very local groups to bodies with national/international profile
  • Our agreed project aims mapped against HLF’s priorities
  • This is the budget breakdown – [general refurbishment costs shared among all areas but specialist building stuff attributed to appropriate areas eg. mobile racking = conservation; AV/multimedia = learning]
  • Gaps in the market – we can fill particular needs that we understand, thanks to stage 1 development processActivity Plan details how more people & a wider range of people will engageHow they’ll learn and develop skillsIn some cases how they’ll volunteer expertise, passion & timeWork done on interpretation plans - applies to all exhibitions, learning resources, talks, digital engagement strategies and so on. Details how we’ll provoke and explore experiences, feelings and actions: quality of interaction with heritage beyond “that’s interesting”So what are the heritage collections??
  • Infrastructure – low levels collections information & physical environment severely limit capacity & effectiveness: running to stand still with current audiencesOur Activity Plan outlines the numbers – current capacity & future plans. Conservative projections, especially for “remote indirect users” – those who stumble across material from the heritage collections in places we don’t “own” eg. social media pinterest, via our partners. Our digital engagement framework beings to evaluate this: very new thing for archives (museums a bit further ahead, but only the nationals really)
  • Journey from our round 1 application can be seen clearly here: development process for activity plan & collections management & maintenance plan reveal much better quality information about our audiences and about the heritage collections & their future growth. Comparative GIAs superficially very different BUTConfident that appropriate and sustainable facilities to support and achieve our aspirations for audiences and for collections. Consolidation of facility onto 1 level at round 2 – other requirements changed as University’s wider campus development plans (see with your own eyes...) (currently: 3 floors, 9 storage locations; round 1 proposals were 2 floors; round 2 proposal single floor)
  • As part of the development project we’ve obviously been able to undertake a lot of work on the costsRound 1 application significantly undercosted - £535 per m2 unrealisticSince submitting round 1 application: ARA research average £1,500 m/2 for refurb (£2,500 for new build) – so good value for money.Our round 2 application £1,159 m/2 – includes costs of exhibition facilities incl. as well as traditional exhibition cases high level of top quality multimedia & AV facilities demanded by the collections & audiences. [heard the music earlier on]Consider this offers good value for money[Accommodation designed to last at least 20 years in line with PD5454 standard – p/a cost £54,000 (in all probability much longer, average 50 years reducing p/a cost to £21,600)]
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    • 1. HLF site visit Friday 2nd August 2013
    • 2. MORE/WIDER RANGE OF AUDIENCES DOING MORE, SUSTAINABLY LEARNING PARTICIPATING CONSERVING DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS ON & OFF SITE VOLUNTEERS / PARTNERS HERITAGE COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT PHYSICAL FACILITIES 4 YEAR WELL-PLANNED & WELL-MANAGED PROJECT EFFECTIVE & COMMITTED PARTNERSHIPS
    • 3. 1. Make it easier for everyone, whatever their level of knowledge, to learn from and engage with the collections in ways that suit them as individuals, families or groups. 2. Be a truly interactive service where heritage collections become a catalyst for creativity and are a living archive, offering a lively interface between our audiences and the academic community. 4. Make radical improvements in the conservation and management of the heritage collections so that they have a sustainable future. 3. Create exciting, enticing and flexible multi - functional physical and digital facilities for learning and engagement. LEARN / PEOPLE CONSERVE / HERITAGE PARTICIPATE / COMMUNITIES
    • 4. 80:20 Learning 742,057 37% Participation 475,585 24% Conservation 648,140 33% Project management, mark eting, evaluation 115,525 6%
    • 5. Current audience Potential audiences and scope of engagement! To enhance the knowledge and nurture the soul A great way to engage others Inspire in work and life Wow can I see some shirts? I feel encouraged to use the collections already You’ve mentioned a lot of things i would have looked at if I’d known they were there
    • 6. Resource Discovery and Conservation Exploration space Activity
    • 7. Activity Audience development Adult & Community Learning Exploration & Group Spaces Online Activity Marketing & comms Resource Discovery Schools Activity University Links ParticipationVol unteers Events
    • 8. •{text or graphics}
    • 9. 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 Individual researchers Audiences for events & other programming Remote direct users Remote indirect users Projection during 4 years project 2013/4 - 2016/7 Total last 4 years 2010/1-2012/3 During project 362% p/a Post project 532% p/a
    • 10. Heritage collections at risk Heritage collections safeguarded for future learning and participation Environment: passive measures Boxing: passive measures Individual conservation treatments Increase staff resources plus volunteer capacity
    • 11. Better accommodation more efficiently laid out Increase core staff capacity by 33% Increased morale & excitement New developments....
    • 12. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 Current Round 1 proposal A Round 1 proposal B Round 2 proposal m2 Comparative Gross Internal Areas Individual users Groups Collections Staff/volunteers
    • 13. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 Round 1 Average refurbishment Round 2 £ per m2
    • 14. {Title} • {text or graphics here} Delivery 2013-2017 Audiences’ desires for heritage collections Maximum use of infrastructure and resources Effective project delivery Transformed opportunities for people to learn and participate Heritage safeguarded National standards Wider heritage strategies
    • 15. • Message from Professor Tim Thornton, Project Sponsor Tour of facilities • The new Centre